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Old 07-02-2010, 05:43 PM   #1
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Bilstein Report

Just got back from 2100 mile trip. The new comfort Bilstein shocks worked good. Took away the hard pounding when running over the strips in the road and when hitting the small pot holes. When hitting the large holes it still gives a jolt but not as bad as the Monroes. Handling was about the same, could feel no differance in that, but the rr8r chassis handled good to start with anyway. Very happy with them.

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I've change all my shocks on my MH's with them so I know what you mean for an improved ride.
Thanks for the post.

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I changed to Bilsteins about 2 years ago and it made a big difference. I installed them myself and had to buy a bigger impact wrench, just to get the bolts off
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